Earworm Wednesday (a couple days late)!!

Many thanks to AJ Fornicarius Hoc for the parody lyrics inspiration!

Hey, Bungling Oaf Bill
What did you spill
Bungling Oaf Bill?

He went out Trump hunting with his balloon animal girlfriend
In case of accidents he always to Depends
He’s the all American penis-headed nutshuffler with no friends.
All the Cub Scouts sing

Hey, Bungling Oaf Bill
What’s in those pills
Bungling Oaf Bill?

Deep in the Beltway where the mighty Trumpster sleeps
Bill and Inflataskank got arrested cuz they’re creeps
The Secret Service sent them out to hump some sheeps
All the Cub Scouts sing

Hey, Bungling Oaf Bill
Is your I.Q. nil
Bungling Oaf Bill?

The Cub Scouts asked about Bill’s nonexistent chin
And if it was the same for his monoplacental twin
When Lady Dye did laugh he tossed her in a bin
All the Cub Scouts sing

Hey, Bungling Oaf Bill
Your panties have frills
Bungling Oaf Bill!

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Dumbass Tweet o’ the Day Nominee

I know this is the purview of MJ at Sonoran Conservative, but I saw this at thought it deserves consideration, even though the day is barely half over at this point.

You see, I too condemn harassment and threatening conduct of any sort (shame on the protesters who showed up at Tucker Carlson’s home and made threats); however, after leaving the office today, I think Jennifer Rubin might change her tune if someone who thinks SHE deserves none of the niceties normally accorded to others in her position tossed her out of a restaurant.

Or pounding on her front door until it breaks.

Or tossing her food off the table.

Or threatening her outside her home.

Remember the Rule of However: everything preceding it was a lie.

 

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A Word About Freedom of the Press

Let me begin by making several clear and explicit statements of opinion.

  1. I believe President Donald Trump is not a nice man.
  2. I believe President Trump has learned a lot about people over the course of his career in business.
  3. I believe that the first and foremost character trait that describes President Trump is negotiator.
  4. I believe President Trump views between 90-98% of his daily personal interactions as a potential deal to be made.
  5. I believe that if you want to earn the respect of Donald Trump, in his role as President or not, you must show him respect first.

Those things being said…

One of the most powerful techniques available to a negotiator in any situation is “walkaway power.” If you can leave a deal on the table and walk out of the room forever, you are much more likely to get what you want from that deal.

If you don’t think it’s true, try it the next time you buy a car and see how long it takes the salesman to call you.

President Trump has walkaway power.  He can quit being the President and go back to what he was before at any time.  It’s unlikely that he will, but more possible than it has been with any president going back to Lyndon Johnson.

He’s not as emotionally invested in being President as the American people are accustomed to seeing. He doesn’t have to please anyone but himself. Over the last three years, I think he has learned that by doing what he wants to do, he is pleasing an awful lot of the American people too.

Obviously all those people are LITERALLY racists, LITERALLY sexists, LITERALLY fascists, LITERALLY Nazis and other assorted insults that are LITERALLY diminishing in power every time they are used.

Today, in his post-election press conference, he wielded that walkaway power against Jim Acosta and several other members of the WHPC who tried to defend him.

Many members of the press, as networks and individuals, have condemned Trump for his attacks on the press. They say he has a duty to protect a free press rather than attack it.

They can say that without fear of being arrested, jailed or lured into a consulate and losing a fistfight with a bonesaw.

Because here in America, the press is, in fact, FREE.

Free to write what they want about President Trump, even if it’s false.

Free to print what they want about President Trump, even if it’s false.

Free to say what they want about President Trump, even if it’s false.

Free to attack him verbally in a press conference in the White House itself.

Free in every possible way a journalist can be free to do his or her job.

But there are and always have been limits on the freedom of the press. Some of these are legal limits, such as libel, slander and other forms of defamation, but the bar on those is awfully high, and that’s not what I’m talking about.

The press is limited (or perhaps I should say the RESPONSIBLE press is limited) by the ability of any citizen, man, woman or child, all the way up to and including the President of the United States, to slam a door in their face and refuse to answer their questions.

Walkaway power.

Just because a reporter has a right to ask questions and chase stories without interference from the government, this does not confer upon any citizen the obligation to answer those questions or help with those stories. Nor does it obligate any citizen, including the President, from expressing his opinion on the veracity of their end product, of the character of individual journalists or of the outlets employing them.

Calling a dead skunk a bouquet of roses doesn’t change the smell.

Getting back to President Trump – he’s not a nice man.  He knows bullshit when he hears it, and when he speaks it, which is frequently. As a dealmaker, he’s not going to be inclined to give you anything without getting something for himself. The press has demonstrated for nearly three years running that they are not interested in treating him with respect, fairness, or any of the doe-eyed deference and admiration they gave to his predecessor.

And they are aghast that he would treat them with such contempt.

Pull the other one, it plays Jingle Bells.

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I Foresee Two Big Problems

1. Passing a simple background check appears to be a significant barrier between DUMBFUCK and sustained employment of any kind;

2. Does anyone really believe DUMBFUCK is capable of catching anyone to serve them?

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In Other News…

As was widely suspected, <del>Mr. I Had To Quit Driving In 2010 DUMBFUCK bought another car!  It was another junker of course, and is not up to the workload of hauling four tons of useless guts from South Kakalacky all the way up to Clark County Wisconsin. someone made a phone call and a more-than-basic background check was initiated.

So no dream job for poor Billy!

Until next month.

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Projection Level: Schmalfeldtian/IMAX

God, how terrible must DUMBFUCK’S life be that he resorts to relocating every month in order to find yet another insignificant media market in the Fakinson’s EXACERBATING winters of northern Wisconsin in order to propound his own crazy theories while one of his biggest bêtes noires does more journalism in a day than he’s managed in a lifetime?

This seems like a good time to start recounting some of the crazy theories that Bill Schmalfeldt has pronounced as fact over the last several years.

I’ll start:

  1. He’s going to marry the balloon animal he calls Lady Dye Job

 

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In Today’s Episode of ‘Spot the Liar’

But:

Now, please don’t do anything impolite to the son. I imagine he’s got enough stress in his life, trying to deal politely with a DUMBFUCK absentee father who suddenly wants to be palsie-walsies with him.

No need to complicate his life.

P.S. When you “quit” 🙄 one job, and four weeks later start another, you’re not “retired.”

You’re UNEMPLOYED. Because you got FIRED.

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History – It’s What’s for Breakfast

It’s interesting to note what people so easily forget.

We are spending a lot of time in the political arenas on cable news and talk radio discussing “inflammatory rhetoric.” Right now, everyone is blaming Donald Trump. And I think he does deserve some of that.

I’ve written before that the entrenched political elite do not understand Donald Trump. I stand by that. I haven’t seen anything in the last months to indicate any change on the part of the political/media complex in that regard.  Continue reading “History – It’s What’s for Breakfast”

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